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Investors waiting for the “blood-in-the-streets” pricing of the Resolution Trust Corp. days of the early 1990s will be disappointed in the current commercial real estate downturn, says veteran investment banker John B. Levy in his latest podcast.

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NY Appeals Court Clears the Way for $4 Billion Atlantic Yards Project

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Regional Operators See Opportunity to Boost Market Share In Lean Times

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After a Series of High-Profile Business Crashes, What’s Next for Seniors Housing?

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Debt-Ridden Sunrise Senior Living Completes Sale of 21 Assisted Living Communities

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Enterprise Community Partners, Inc. (Enterprise) and MetLife Foundation today presented Under One Roof, Inc. TM, the developer and general partner of The Marvin, with a 2009 MetLife Foundation Award for Excellence in Affordable Housing. The presentation took place during the annual meeting for the American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging (AAHSA) in Chicago. In all, four winners were recognized by Enterprise and MetLife Foundation, with each property owner or principal receiving a $50,000 unrestricted grant to sustain and expand its work.

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To Buy or Not to Buy — Moody’s Weighs In on Real Estate Outlook

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The PACE program has extended to 14 rural areas in the United States. That indicates that the program can be successful in small towns, says Robert Greenwood, vice president of public affairs for the Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE).

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There has been a staggering seven-fold increase in the new community-associated strain of methycillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) in hospital outpatient units over the last decade, according to new research.

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The Department of Health and Human Services Tuesday disclosed that it will provide $80 million in grants to help develop and strengthen the health information technology workforce.

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Tsunami of Foreclosures In Doubt

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Delay and…We All Pay More Later

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Delay and…We All Pay More Later

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